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Four Reasons to Live in Taylors, SC

  • Nestled between the cities of Greer and Greenville is the unincorporated census-designated place called Taylors, South Carolina. Taylors, the largest suburb in the Greenville-Mauldin-Easley Metropolitan Statistical Area, is home to over 21,000 residents and over 7,000 separate households. Taylors' residents enjoy all the amenities of nearby Greenville while taking advantage of low property taxes and short commute times. It is the site of the Southern Bleachery and Print Works factory, a site inducted into the National Register of Historic Places in 2012.

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  • Proximity to Greenville, South Carolina! Prospective residents need only look to Greenville for all their entertainment, culture, and dining excursions. Enjoy a sports exhibition or concert at the Bon Secours Wellness Arena, or pick up fresh flowers or vegetables at the TD Farmer's Market on Main Street from May through October. If you didn't bring your car, you're in luck: Greenville's very own public transportation system, the Greenlink, will pick you up in Taylors any day of the week except Sunday.
  • Live in a place with history! Taylors, South Carolina is home to the Southern Bleachery and Print Works, an historic factory that is listed on the National Register of Historic Places. Operating from 1924 to 1965, this factory is a landmark building that played an important part in state history. It now makes up part of Taylor's beautiful town center.
  • Homes for a nice price! Newcomers to Taylors may be in for a pleasant surprise: homes in this southern town are priced at much less than the United States average. With a median home price of $128,000, Taylors residents pay almost $41,000 less than the rest of the nation for quality housing. Home appreciation is worth noting, too: although Taylors homes have appreciated only 2.9 percent over the last twelve months, over the last ten years they have soared past the national average, rising a whopping 14.4 percent. For the most reasonable prices, consider the Wade Hampton neighborhood, location of the Hampton Village Shopping Center and the Pereira Bakery.
  • Higher than average rate of homeownership! You can find a variety of house styles and sizes in Taylors. When you're searching for your next rent to own property, start early, Taylors has a low vacancy rate, and the population isn't going anywhere. Over 66 percent of private residences are owner occupied, compared to a national average of 57 percent. Look to the Reid School Road subdivision, location of Who Know's Bar and Grill and bordered by the Enoree River, for the highest vacancies in town.